Honda CB 125R 125cc Road Bike Key Features:
A small bike that’s big on fun. An ideal machine for new riders – the more you ride it, the more your confidence will grow. The emphasis is on minimalism, allowing its raw character to shine through; the contrasting metal finish and underslung exhaust are real eye-catchers. The Honda CB125R is a hit wherever it goes and will eagerly take you to the next level of motorcycling…in style.
All lights, including indicators, on the Honda CB125R are LED. Up front the distinctive round headlight with its metal-toned rim – a signature feature – includes a daytime running light that will make you much more visible to other road users.
Front brake is a radial-mounted, 4-piston caliper, wave-style floating disc brake. The rear is a 2-piston caliper, 220mm wave disc. They are both constantly regulated during use by 2-channel ABS. This high-specification system works through an IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) to give a finely-balanced, front-to-rear operation in all riding conditions.
A brushed aluminium look radiator shroud, contrasts the overall blacked-out engine, adding to the hard-edged, attitude and Neo Sports Café look of this new street machine.
Underslung exhaust, cradles the dark shape of single-cylinder engine and exits through a dual chamber muffler down low. Finished in contrasting black and alloy, it adds to the sporty nature of the CB125R.
The CB125R is ready to go when you are.
A free-revving 124.7cc SOHC 2-valve, liquid-cooled engine – proven in the CB125R – puts out 9.8kW peak power @10,000 rpm, and with 10.4 Nm of torque @8,000rpm it’ll have you smiling from the get go. The overall feeling is strong and steady for its size and, combined with PGM-FI fuel injection, you get a really crisp throttle response.
Chassis and drive
The frame is built from pressed and tubular steel – with a pressed steel swingarm – finished in black. It’s a dark look that forms the basis of the CB125R’s agility and superior handling. With 41mm USD forks, you can lean confidently into any corner – no matter how tight or uneven it may be.
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